If you are not hearing about the rapture in your church, then you can blame the "secular humanists," says Tim LaHaye. According to LaHaye, too many ministers don't talk about biblical prophecy anymore because they received a "secular" education. I knew I shouldn't have gone to a state university--they must have been the ones who taught me to "spiritualize" the Bible. Good ole Tim, he means well, but he's clueless. Click here: U.S. churches shun end-times preaching (OneNewsNow.com)I can't wait to read this one . . . Here's a new book which argues that Ezekiel 38 is not about Russia invading Israel, but instead refers to Hamas and Syria invading Israel. Click here: Surprise! Russia not about to invade Mideast, says new prophecy theory. I guess I missed that when I wrote Man of Sin Click here: Riddleblog - Man of Sin - Uncovering the Truth About Antichrist.
If this woman ever moves to California, she could well be our next governor or US Senator. She's certainly as qualified as the current lot. Click
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That's right, blame it on the accountants . . . Why did ELCA lose 64,000 members in 2007? It is not because people are leaving, it is because ELCA churches are actually keeping more accurate records. Right! Of course, the sixteen consecutive year decline in membership has nothing to do with ELCA's embrace of homosexuality, higher criticism, and a failure to preach the gospel. If you don't give people a reason to stay (i.e. preach the gospel, and argue for the exclusivity of the Christian truth claim), why should they stay? Much better to sleep in on Sunday than attend the local community center masquerading as a church. Click here: Lutheran denomination continues to lose members - USATODAY.com